How Did I Get Here

Honestly not sure how I ended up here today. Dredging of a canal, literally and figuratively. The end of July, July will always be France, though there are much cooler times to visit, maybe April. The piles stack up, but lately I find them needing more attention. Let’s see where this ride takes me.—Dominick

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From the Archives

Each weekend Studio 1482 will be featuring posts from the One Drawing A Day archives. Today’s post is by Dominick Santise, from back in 2016. It’s titled “Round and Round We Go.” #ODADarchive Came across a carousel sketch from many years ago. I remember the first time I ever drew a carousel—this very same one years […]

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Carousel studies

thumbnail carousel/Michele Bedigian

Carousel drawings have always been a past time favorite of mine. Spring is quickly turning into summer which means the carnival will be in town soon. I just recently came across a whole sketchbook loaded with carousel drawings and thumbnails. Thought it’d be a fun page to share. – Michele

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Apollo’s fountain

So there we were, in front of this gorgeous fountain called Le Bassin d’Apollon (a.k.a. The Fountain of Apollo). It stands in the gardens of the Château de Versailles. The horses appeared so boisterous leaping out of the water’s edge. It was irresistible. Not just to draw them but to try to capture how they felt.  Art by Michele Bedigian

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Horses

A few years back, I had the opportunity to get up close and personal with a couple of (very large) horses. I mainly did a lot of shooting that day as their handler had them trotting, galloping and doing all kinds of things. But as I was looking through the photos recently, I found a […]

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Horses

A few years back, I had the opportunity to get up close and personal with a couple of (very large) horses. I mainly did a lot of shooting that day as their handler had them trotting, galloping and doing all kinds of things. But as I was looking through the photos recently, I found a […]

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